Community articleFormNodeP functions
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Contains the functions that manipulate forms. These are the primary functions that you use for adding, revising, deleting, and validating form content.
Each XFDL element in a form corresponds to a FormNodeP object. The API represents a form in memory as a DOM-like tree structure, with a FormNodeP object at each node, including the root node.
To use the formNodeP functions in an application, include the following header file as the first include in any .c files which call formNodeP functions:
#include "xfdllib.h"


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